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​Dec. 30, 2021 - Jim ‘Poorman’ Trenton to ride KOCI 101.5 Radio’s morning show wave into New Year

MAY 3rd 2022; Poorman's Ultimate Taco  Tuesday.  Catch the Poorman at Super Ponga and "Blackies Bar and Grill" in Newport Beach, CA, for his live show on KOCI 101.5 FM from 7-11 A.M. PST 

Nov 7, 2019 - On Bean’s Final Broadcast, ‘Poorman’ Comes on KROQ for First Time Since 1993 Firing
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On Gene “Bean” Baxter’s final day on the air at KROQ as part of “The Kevin & Bean Show,” emotions were expected to run high, and did — but maybe not quite in the way that was expected when Jim “Poorman” Trenton called in to bid farewell to Baxter, in what was his first appearance on the station’s airwaves since he was fired 26 years earlier for targeting Baxter in a prank gone bad.

Was it a fond farewell? For a few moments at the end, yes, at least as lip service goes. Prior to that, though, were six of the tensest minutes you could ever hope to hear on the radio, amid a four-hour sendoff otherwise devoted to tears, laughs and teary laughs... READ MORE AT Variety.com

 

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Jan. 1, 2021 - DJ ‘The Poorman’ Hosts 28-Hour New Year’s Radio Party To Ring In 2021

 This new year was met with some familiarity as a famous voice once again filled Southern California’s FM airwaves.

It was a new kind of show for Orange County’s DJ extraordinaire, who was fueled by peanuts and vitamins during his 28-hour radio party.

Jim Trenton, also known as “the Poorman,” began his marathon broadcast from the Costa Mesa studio on the morning of New Year’s Eve.

KOCI 101.5 FM station owner Brent Kalen, who stayed up for much of the party, helped make it happen.

Trenton carved out time to highlight local charities that had to come up with creative ways to help people during a pandemic.

Some of the charities spotlighted focused on helping families and teens suffering abuse.

“To see something organically come together and have such a variety, you could just tell. It was very exciting,” Trenton said... READ MORE AT losangeles.cbslocal.com